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The Book of the Farm. Detailing the Labours of the

Farmer, Farm - Steward, Ploughman, Shepherd, Hedger,
Cattle-man, Field-worker, and Dairymaid, and forming a safe
Monitor for Students in Practical Agriculture. By HENRY
STEPHENS, F.R.S.E. Two Volumes, Royal Octavo, £3, hand-

somely bound in cloth, with upwards of 600 Illustrations. “The best book I have ever met with.”—Professor Johnston.

“We have thoroughly examined these volumes; but to give a full notice of their varied and valuable contents would occupy a larger space than we can conveniently devote to their discussion; we therefore, in general terms, commend them to the careful study of every young man who wishes to become a good practical farmer."-Times.

The Book of Farm Implements and Machines. By James

SLIGHT and R. SCOTT BURN. Edited by HENRY STEPHENS,
F.R.S.E. Illustrated with 876 Engravings. Royal Octavo,

uniform with the ‘Book of the Farm,' half-bound, £2, 2s. The Book of Farm Buildings : their Arrangement and

Construction. By HENRY STEPHENS, F.R.S.E., and R. SCOTT BURN. Royal Octavo, with 1045 Illustrations. Uniform with the 'Book of the Farm.' Half-bound, £1, 11s. 6d.

The Forester: A Practical Treatise on the Planting,

Rearing, and Management of Forest-Trees. By JAMES BROWN, Wood Manager to the Earl of Seafield. Third Edition, greatly enlarged, with numerous Engravings on Wood.

Royal Octavo, 30s. “Beyond all doubt this is the best work on the subject of Forestry extant.”—Gardeners' Journal. Physiology at the Farm, in Rearing and Feeding the Live

STOCK. By WILLIAM SELLER, M.D., F.R.S.E., and HENRY
STEPHENS, F.R.S.E. Octavo, 168.

Occasional Papers on Veterinary Subjects. By William

DICK, late Professor of Veterinary Surgery to the Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland, &c. &c. With a Memoir and Portrait

[In the press.

WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & Sons, Edinburgh and London.

THE BOOK OF THE LANDED ESTATE;

CONTAINING DIRECTIONS FOR THE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
OF THE RESOURCES OF LANDED PROPERTY; DETAILING THE
DUTIES OF THE LANDLORD, FACTOR, TENANT,

FORESTER, AND LABOURER.

By ROBERT E. BROWN,
Factor and Estate Agent, Wass, Yorkshire.

In One Volume, royal 8vo, uniform with Mr STEPHENS'S

‘BOOK OF THE FARM,' with numerous Engravings.

Pall Mall Gazette. “ Apart from its own substantial merits, Mr Brown's tall and stout volume is emphatically a sign of the times. It is a product of a period of revolution in the ideas and habits of English landowners.

Mr Brown's book offers minute and ample answers to every possible inquiry which the landowner's ingenuity can suggest."

Saturday Review. “Mr Brown is always ready with an intelligent reason for whatever, from the vantage-ground of experience, he takes upon him to recommend. Indeed there is not a chapter from which any reader may not gain something.

It is impossible even to glance at a tithe of the useful information and advice contained in this volume, which will be certain to be the landlord and the agent's vade-mecum.

North British Agriculturist. “Mr Brown is plain and practical in his remarks; he is evidently a cautious and sensible land agent, and his valuable work testifies to his having made good use of his opportunities, his observation, and his experience."

Economist. “We can heartily commend this book for the instruction of both landowners and estate agents. It is full of solid practical knowledge, clearly arranged and expressed—a repertory of all that is essential to be known theoretically by the managers of properties."

Bell's Weekly Messenger. "A work admirably calculated to produce a better state of things, not only by pointing out to landowners the advantages that must inevitably accrue to them from their estates being properly cultivated, but by showing how that object may be attained."

WILLIAM BLACKWOOD & Sons, Edinburgh and London.

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